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  1. Gday,I've done a 3d product rotation for a client in flash, which uses an .xml file to load the images in the rotation. Problem is that OsCommerce won't let me upload all the assets needed, only one single .swfI did some research using a single swf to call the original from another location, but have run into some issues...var request:URLRequest = new URLRequest("http://www.iconstudios.com.au/holster/rotateTool.swf");var loader:Loader = new Loader()loader.load(request);addChild(loader);Any idea as to what I'm doing wrong here?Thanks in advance
  2. Fixed!wrapper{ text-align: center;}content-container{ margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; width: 50em; text-align: left;}difference was using em in the width instead of px
  3. Gday,http://www.iconstudios.com.au/pages/contact/enquiries.phpI'm having trouble centering the two floated divs, #content and #sidebar. I've put them within the #content-container div within the div #wrapper.I've done my research through the forum and used the solution#wrapper{text-align:center;}#content-container{text-align:left;margin: auto;}however that justifies everything to the right. I've had a work around setting the margins to 15% on the #wrapper, but it doesn't exactly center quite right.
  4. I'm not using flash files, the problem you're having can be fixed with some code within your <embed> tags
  5. Hi,http://iconstudios.com.au/pages/photo-stud...photography.phpJust having problems with my core div overlapping the main body in FF, IE works fine. Wouldn't be so much of a problem, but I've got links up the top of the side bar. I've taken over from a previous designer here at the studio and I've used the main page to layout the content pages. http://www.iconstudios.com.auI've tried messing around with z-index to bring the content body up and the core down, but that causes my menu drop down underneath the core image.Any help would be greatly appreciated
  6. lol sorry mate, after reading your post again, I understand what you were trying to say now, you just said it in more words! I was racking my brains out because I had the doctype you mentioned! Thanks
  7. Sorry for the late reply, but thank you, problem solved - you deserve a beer! I never would have picked that up as I'd always thought <HTML> and <HTML DOCTYPE> were two seperate tags.
  8. Cheers, I actually did change the doctype, but I think website baker overrides the doctype, it's something I'll have to look into and get back to you about, currently I'm just experimenting with another drop down menu (http://sperling.com/examples/menuh/) apparently IE is very picky about the code used.
  9. made the changes you mentioned, the footers fix worked brilliantly, however still having the same issues with the drop menu's in IE
  10. Sorry mate, that's not really relevant at all.
  11. Gday,My drop down menu's won't display at all in IE, however they work as intended in FF/Chrome. Any one know of a quick fix? Also, my borders are breaking apart on the content div in IE due to padding, probably due to my poor attempt at centering the content and sidebar divs. See the blog page as an example. http://iconstudios.com.au/pages/about.phphttp://iconstudios.com.au/pages/blog.phpPlease note, everything's showing up fine in Firefox and Chrome, It's Internet Explorer that's giving me grief, please help!Edit: Also, since editting the float:left from float right, my footer now displays h
  12. I've made #main { width:1006px; changed to 1010, which brings the right shadow back up, but now the spaces inbetween are all fubared
  13. Gday, http://kourtney.allaustralianmodels.comHaving issues with my layout in IE8 - works fine in firefox, but displays all wrong in IE8, with the rightshadow stepping down the page. Seems to also push my body content out of the way a couple of pixels. any ideas on a fix folks? body { background-color: #ffffff; margin:0px; padding:0px; background-image: url(images/bg.jpg); background-repeat: repeat; background-attachment: fixed; text-align: center;}.p { margin:0px; padding:0px; font-size: inherit; font-family: inherit; font-weight: inherit; text-align: inherit; color: inherit; l
  14. neophyre

    Centering Page

    just to confirm, I'm running 1600*900 resolution at the moment. Displays fine, centers to the middle. Perfect.However, when I resize down to 1024*768, there is some padding to the left + the horizontal scroll bar which I don't want.
  15. neophyre

    Centering Page

    Tried it, but to no avail. here's my css - #holder{ width:1200px; min-height:100%; position:relative; margin:0px auto 0px auto; padding:0px 0px 0px 0px;}body { background-color: #ffffff; text-align: center; margin:0px; padding:0px; background-image: url(images/bg.jpg); background-repeat: repeat; background-attachment: fixed;}
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